Head of the Lebanese Forces list in the Rashaya and the Western Bekaa constituency Khaled al-Askar, announced his unwillingness to continue in the 2022 legislative elections, on Saturday at dawn.
“I confirm that nobody pressured us or guided us to take the decision to withdraw from the elections. It was rather a decision I took in consultation with our family and friends, and I pledge to my family and everyone who was with us that we will continue to work to serve them and seek to obtain their rights,” he said in a statement.
Salah Hammouri: Israel deports Palestinian lawyer to France
Israel's interior ministry says it has deported a Palestinian-French human rights lawyer after accusing him of security threats. Salah Hamouri, 37, was escorted onto a flight to France by police early on Sunday morning, the ministry said. A lifelong resident of...
Najib Mikati promises justice for Irish UN peacekeeper killed in Lebanon
Lebanon is determined to uncover the circumstances that led to the killing of an Irish UN peacekeeper, caretaker prime minister Najib Mikati said during a visit to the headquarters of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (Unifil) on Friday. Private Sean Rooney, 23, was...
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